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Eat Well with M&S Food and the England Teams

We’re proud to be partnering with the England football teams to help you Eat Well, Play Well. Keep reading to see what some of the players chose as their healthy food picks, from a protein-packed salad to dried fruit crisps.

England Men’s and Women’s Teams 

Beth Mead loves our cocoa and cherry bircher. Made with 0% fat Greek-style yogurt, cherry compote, cherries and cocoa nibs, this flavour-packed pot is a source of protein.

Mason Mount’s Eat Well top pick is our high protein choco crunch, which is suitable for vegans. 

Fancy something savoury? Try Ella Toone’s favourite smoked salmon and avocado pot with dill, cream cheese and quinoa. This grab-and-go brekkie is packed full of protein and next-level delicious. 

If you’re craving something comforting on a chilly morning, it doesn’t get much better than our pecan pie flavour porridge. High in fibre and filled with chopped dates and pecans, it’s a big hit with Jordan Henderson.

Rachel Daly can’t get enough of our zingy cold-pressed green and clean juice. This Eat Well cold-pressed juice with spinach, cucumber, pear, kale, romaine and lime is high in vitamin C and contains one of your five a day. 

Pack in plenty of protein and fibre with Eric Dier’s breakfast fave, our peanut and oat granola.

Our Eat Well raspberry and almond butter bars are a winner for Demi Stokes. The bars are a source of fibre, gluten free, vegan and totally delicious! 

Finally, goalkeeper Jordan Pickford’s top pick is our Eat Well gut health smoothie, which is high in fibre and features live cultures.

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England legend Jermaine Jenas

England legend Jermaine Jenas

England legend Jermaine Jenas loves tucking into our Eat Well chicken balti, made with tender pieces of chargrilled chicken breast, tomatoes, ginger, black onion seeds and red peppers. This fuss-free dish not only tastes amazing, but is also a source of protein. 

England manager

England manager Gareth Southgate’s top pick? He can’t get enough of our Eat Well chunky chicken mulligatawny soup, bursting with Indian spices and made with 100% British chicken.

Find your new Eat Well favourite in store, and discover some of the England players’ must-eats below.

England manager Gareth Southgate
England Men’s Team

England Men’s Team


This month, England forward Harry Kane has picked our Eat Well tropical juice with kale. It’s one of your five a day and great for a quick breakfast or snack. 


Forward Jack Grealish’s fave? He loves our Collection sourdough – it’s delicious toasted and topped with poached eggs, or used to make your favourite sandwich. 


Sweet, juicy and one of your five a day, our pineapple chunks are a winner for midfielder Jude Bellingham. 

 

England Women’s Team


Filled with plenty of veggies, protein and carbs, our Eat Well chicken shawarma salad is an ideal pre-match lunch – a winner for Lucy Bronze. 


Hannah Hampton’s top pick is our Eat Well air-dried pineapple fruit crisps, which are high in vitamin C and fibre. 


For a balanced lunch, Beth England loves our Eat Well roast chicken served in a soft oatmeal roll with creamy avocado. 

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England Men’s Team

Tyrone Mings loves our Tutti Frutti grapes, which are bursting with exotic flavours. They carry our Eat Well flower, too – great for post-match munching.

Ben White’s favourite? Our mini fruit kebabs. These fruity Eat Well snacks contain refreshing watermelon, pineapple, mango and kiwi. 80g provides you with one of your five a day! 

England Women’s Team

Our Eat Well raspberry and almond butter bars are a winner for Demi Stokes. “Steer clear of the chocolate bars and get one of these in you instead,” she says. The bars are a source of fibre, gluten free, vegan and totally delicious! 

Our Eat Well katsu chicken dragon rolls with curry mayonnaise, onions and cheese are Millie Bright’s top choice for a healthy lunch on the go. “I’d definitely have to choose the sushi as my fave,” she says. This quick lunch or on-the-go snack contains just 250 calories, and is a great source of protein. 

Rachel Daly can’t get enough of our zingy cold-pressed green and clean juice. “It’s got a bit of sweetness, so it doesn’t just taste like grass – there’s a good mix of flavours,” she says. This Eat Well cold-pressed juice with spinach, cucumber, pear, kale, romaine and lime is high in vitamin C and contains one of your five a day, making it the ideal way to quench that post-match thirst.

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